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|24 Sep 2019||$0.0800||100.00%||Final||16 Oct 2019|
|14 Mar 2019||$0.0400||100.00%||Interim||01 Apr 2019|
|24 Oct 2018||$0.0800||100.00%||Final||15 Nov 2018|
|16 May 2018||$0.0400||100.00%||Interim||31 May 2018|
|24 Oct 2017||$0.1000||100.00%||Final||15 Nov 2017|
An announcement is considered as "Price Sensitive" if it is thought that it may have an impact on the price of the security.
|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
Regional Express Holdings Ltd is an Australian-based airline company. The company is engaged in the provision of air services for the transportation of passengers and freight. Its operating segment includes Regular public transport, Charter, and Training. The company generates maximum revenue from the Regular public transport segment. Some of its services include Web Check-in; Print Invoices; Safe Hand Baggage; Travel Insurance and others.
|16 Aug 2022||$1.40||$0.00||0.00%||67,482||$1.40||$1.40||$1.36|
|15 Aug 2022||$1.40||$0.00||0.00%||28,008||$1.37||$1.40||$1.36|
|12 Aug 2022||$1.40||$0.00||0.00%||17,227||$1.40||$1.40||$1.40|
|11 Aug 2022||$1.40||$0.00||0.00%||80,639||$1.40||$1.41||$1.36|
|10 Aug 2022||$1.40||$0.00||0.00%||28,327||$1.40||$1.40||$1.36|
|09 Aug 2022||$1.40||$0.02||1.45%||32,417||$1.38||$1.40||$1.36|
|08 Aug 2022||$1.38||$-0.02||-1.43%||84,493||$1.41||$1.41||$1.35|
|05 Aug 2022||$1.40||$-0.01||-0.71%||12,079||$1.43||$1.43||$1.36|
|04 Aug 2022||$1.41||$0.01||0.71%||20,687||$1.40||$1.41||$1.35|
|03 Aug 2022||$1.40||$-0.01||-0.71%||88,986||$1.43||$1.43||$1.40|
|02 Aug 2022||$1.41||$0.08||6.02%||181,039||$1.33||$1.42||$1.27|
|01 Aug 2022||$1.33||$0.10||8.13%||91,828||$1.23||$1.35||$1.22|
|29 Jul 2022||$1.23||$0.00||0.00%||9,017||$1.24||$1.24||$1.22|
|28 Jul 2022||$1.23||$-0.01||-0.81%||40,576||$1.21||$1.23||$1.20|
|27 Jul 2022||$1.24||$0.03||2.48%||16,232||$1.24||$1.24||$1.20|
|26 Jul 2022||$1.21||$0.00||0.00%||246||$1.22||$1.25||$1.21|
|25 Jul 2022||$1.21||$-0.04||-3.21%||8,865||$1.25||$1.25||$1.20|
|22 Jul 2022||$1.25||$0.05||4.17%||13,303||$1.25||$1.27||$1.20|
|21 Jul 2022||$1.20||$-0.05||-4.00%||6,457||$1.25||$1.25||$1.20|
|20 Jul 2022||$1.25||$0.05||4.17%||45,920||$1.20||$1.25||$1.19|
|19 Jul 2022||$1.20||$-0.03||-2.45%||45,108||$1.24||$1.27||$1.20|
|01 Nov 2021||Christopher Hine||Issued||3||$4,000||
Issue of securities. As per announcement on 05/11/2021
|01 Nov 2021||Neville Howell||Issued||4||$6,000||
Issue of securities. As per announcement on 05/11/2021
|Mr Kim Hai Lim||Executive DirectorExecutive Chairman||Jun 2003||
Mr Lim has a portfolio of investment and business interests in sectors and countries. He is also the Chairman of Lynk Biotechnologies Pte Ltd.
|Hon John Sharp||Non-Executive Deputy ChairmanNon-Executive Director||Apr 2005||
Mr Sharp was a member of the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth Parliament for 14 years (1984-1998). He retired from the House of Representatives in 1998 and established his own aviation and transport consulting company. He was Honorary Federal Treasurer of the National Party of Australia from 1999 to 2017. Mr Sharp is Chairman of Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd and serves as a director on the boards of Power and Data Corporation Pty Limited; Luerssen Australia; Australian Maritime Shipbuilding Export Group; the Tudor House Foundation, and the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal, as well as a Trustee and Board Member of John McKeown House. Mr Sharp is a former Chairman of the Aviation Safety Foundation of Australia, Winifred West Schools Foundation, and the Parsons Brinkerhoff Advisory Board. He has previously served as a director of Airbus Group, Australia Pacific and has been a member of the University of Wollongong Vice Chancellor's Advisory Board. He has been a director of the French- Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Co- Chair of the Cancer Council of NSW Southern Highlands Branch. He is involved in a number of voluntary and community organisations. Mr Sharp's experience in aviation, regional air services and as the former Federal Minister for Transport and Regional Development in the Federal Government.
|Mr James (Jim) Davis||Non-Executive Director||May 2008||
Mr Davis flew with airlines in Australia and overseas for 26 years, accumulating some 12,500 flying hours. Mr Davis joined Hazelton Airlines in 1999 as Flight Operations and Standards Manager and later became Chief Pilot. Mr Davis is a former Chairman of the Australian Airline Pilot Academy Pty Ltd (AAPA) and a former Director of Rex Group company Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd. He is currently Chairman of the Regional Aviation Association of Australia (RAAA) and sits on the board of Airports Coordination Australia (ACA) Pty Ltd. He currently sits on the boards of the Regional Aviation Association of Australia (RAAA) and Airports Coordination Australia (ACA) Pty Ltd.
|Mr Thian Soo Lee||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2003||
Mr Lee has international business experience and currently is the Chairman and owner of a company supplying medical devices, systems and drugs to healthcare institutions in the ASEAN region.
|Mr Ronald Bartsch||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2010||
Mr Bartsch has over 40 years' experience in the aviation industry in a variety of senior operational, safety and regulatory roles. He was head of safety and regulatory compliance for Qantas Airways Limited's AOC and manager of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Sydney Airline Transport Field Office. Mr Bartsch is an experienced pilot and has legal and regulatory experience. Mr Bartsch is an international aviation safety consultant and visiting Professor of International Aviation Law at the University of South Pacific and the College of Law at the Australian National University and a Senior Visiting Fellow with the School of Aviation at the University of New South Wales. He is a former aviation specialist and Presiding Member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal and author of several publications including Aviation Law in Australia, International Aviation Law and Drones in Society and contributing aviation author for The Laws of Australia.
|Mr Christopher Peter Hine||Executive DirectorGroup Flight Operations Advisor||May 2015||
Mr Hine has over 25 years of aviation experience, including 15 years as a First Officer and Captain of Metroliner and Saab 340 aircraft and is instructor. He worked for Kendell Airlines from 1995, during which time he held various Check and Training Captain positions. As Chief Operating Officer he was responsible for the Company's operations including flight operations, maintenance control, airport operations and the human factors group. Mr Hine has also had experience as a lecturer in Cockpit Systems Management.
|Mr Neville George Howell||Chief Operating OfficerExecutive Director||Jul 2014||
Mr Howell has over 40 years of aviation experience. He operated the Saab 340 as a First Officer and Captain for over 18 years for both Hazelton Airlines and Rex. Prior to his role as General Manager Flight Operations (GMFO) and Chief Pilot, Mr Howell was Manager Training & Checking and Deputy Chief Pilot. He is experienced simulator and aircraft instructor and has held positions as both Training and Check Captain. Mr Howell was the Chief Flying Instructor and Chief Pilot for the first integrated pilot training academy in Australia and has provided cadet pilot training for both domestic and international carriers. He has held many Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) delegations since 1984. As GMFO Mr Howell was responsible for all facets of the Company's flight operations and all operational matters affecting the safety of flight operations.
|Mr Feng Pan (Lincoln) Lin||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2021||
Mr Pan is a Partner of PAG. He is on the public board of Cushman & Wakefield where he chairs the Nomination & Governance Committee and is a member of the Compensation Committee. Prior to joining PAG, Mr Pan was Regional CEO, Greater China for Willis Towers Watson. He previously worked with Advantage Partners.
|Mr Siddharth Dilip Khotkar||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2021||
Mr Khotkar joined PAG after working at the Future Fund. Before joining the Future Fund, Mr Khotkar worked at TPG Capital for more than 10 years, most recently as a Principal with its Melbourne-based buyout team. In that role, he worked on a variety of deals including the global property services roll-up that created Cushman & Wakefield, and leading Australian electricity & natural gas provider Alinta Energy. Prior to joining TPG Capital, he worked at Goldman Sachs in the Investment Banking Division.
|Mr Irwin Tan||Company Secretary||Sep 2005||
|Mr Benjamin Ng||Company Secretary||
|Mr Richard Kwan||Company Secretary||Sep 2016||
|Richard Kwan||Company Secretary||
|Benjamin Ng||Company Secretary||
|Irwin Tan||Company Secretary||
|Mark Burgess||Deputy General Manager - Engineering||
|Paul Fisher||Deputy General Manager - Flight Operations and Chief Pilot||
|Png Yeow Tat||General Manager - Engineering||
|Mayooran Thanabalasingam||General Manager - Information Technology and Communications||
|Warrick Lodge||General Manager - Network Strategy||
|David Brooksby||National Airports Manager||
|Mr Kim Hai Lim||18,998,346||17.25%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd||16,234,094||14.74%|
|Thian Soo Lee||7,722,181||7.01%|
|Joo Chye Chua||7,454,362||6.77%|
|Ming Yew See Toh & Hui Ing Tjoa||7,454,362||6.77%|
|Ms Hui Ling Tjoa||5,755,513||5.22%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (Account 1)||4,192,488||3.81%|
|Lay Khim Ng||3,727,181||3.38%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||3,345,972||3.04%|
|Rex Investment Holdings Pty Limited (Account For Shares Gifted To Employees)||3,213,769||2.92%|
|Pacific Custodians Pty Limited||3,096,657||2.81%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (Account 2)||1,628,269||1.48%|
|Mr Thian Song Tjoa||1,127,466||1.02%|
|Glenn Hargraves Investments Pty Ltd||900,000||0.82%|
|Strategic Value Pty Ltd||843,124||0.77%|
|Mr Boon Huat Goh||394,500||0.36%|
|Mr Barry Accola||387,105||0.35%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd||343,341||0.31%|
|Strategic Value Pty Limited||292,161||0.27%|
|Morgan Stanley Australia Securities (Nominee) Pty Limited||290,535||0.26%|